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Jewelry Shopkeeper Described

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Jewelry Shopkeeper is a software program developed with an understanding of the unique and distinctive transactions that occur in the retail and wholesale jewelry business. It allows you to track sales, inventory, special orders, repairs, accounts receivable, accounts payable and other accounting.


Your Jewelry Shopkeeper software will run on any IBM PC or 100% compatible and is designed so that even people who have never used computers before will find it easy to set up and operate.


Jewelry Shopkeeper includes the following features:



       Tracks all of your sales information in detail, and places historical sales data at your fingertips. This allows you        to quickly look up information on return customers to provide better, faster service.

       Adds new customer name and addresses to your mailing list automatically.

       Tracks your sales against your inventory, showing at all times your remaining balance of inventory.

       Checks customer's credit limit.

       Automatically credits refund items.

       Lists outstanding layaways.

Inventory Control

       Receives inventory with or without purchase orders.

       Prints tags for received items.

       Calculates return stock to vendors.

       Tracks precious stones and raw metals inventory by weight or piece.


Repairs & Custom Work

       Tracks special orders or repairs by customer name, job number and target completion date.

       Stores information on custom styles for future reference.

       Allows you to estimate costs for up to five departments, two outside services, metals, stones and findings.

       On request, recalculates estimates based on historical data.

       Provides reports detailing custom orders or repairs and their status.

       Displays and updates repairs and custom work and any work in progress.


Accounts Receivable

       Shows a customer's receivable status, including total charges outstanding, last payment date and finance charges to date.

       Issues detailed individual statements on every transaction a customer has made in the last twelve months.

Issues aging reports for all outstanding and past due customers.

       Records credit and debit memos.


Accounts Payable

       Puts single or multiple payments on a check, showing a vendor's outstanding invoices, dates, amounts due and discount amounts.

       Allows you to enter and change payable vouchers.

       Lists payables and their aging.

       Tracks and reports on checkbook activities.


There are also numerous reports available to summarize all of your business activities, including:

Sales by Brand

Sales Year to Date by Department

Sales by Customer

Layaway Sales


Inventory by Brand

Inventory by Department

Loose Stone Inventory

Accounts Receivable Aging

Accounts Receivable Past Due

Accounts Payable Aging

Cash Requirements

Customer History

Customer Requests

Special Orders

Many, many more. . .